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Changes Coming to Modified Business Tax
- If you own a business, you could be paying more taxes next year. The Nevada legislature is looking at businesses to help fund schools and the state economy.
Little Relief In Sight For Reno Gas Prices
- Analysts believe the fire at a Southern California refinery in February could be the cause.
Police Investigate Shooting on Wedekind
- Reno know that shots were fired, but they don't know if anyone was hit, or who the shooter is.
'Armor Piercing' Ammo Ban Criticized
- Gun shop owners are not thrilled with President Obama's plan to ban a certain type of AR-15 ammo.
Sparks Murder Suspect Arrested in El Salvador
- A suspect in a 2010 double murder in Sparks has been arrested in El Salvador
Former Washoe Superintendent Not Selected for Boston School Job
- Former Washoe County School Superintendent Pedro Martinez was not chosen for the same job in the Boston School District.
Wednesday Web Weather
- High pressure will build along the West Coast for the remainder of this week. Warmer, drier weather is in the forecast, with valley highs in the 60s again by Thursday, approaching 70 by Monday. Overnight lows will stay very chilly, with 20s in the valleys and teens in the Sierra and Basin and Range. Daylight Saving Time returns this weekend. Don't forget to roll the clocks one hour forward Saturday night (Daylight Saving Time officially arrives Sunday morning at 2:00). -Jeff
Nevada Assemblymen Tangle In Legislature Stairwell
- Nevada Assemblyman John Moore has filed a complaint against fellow Republican Assembly Majority Leader Paul Anderson over a physical altercation
Concert Series Headed To Hard Rock In Tahoe
- The new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe is joining forces with PR Entertainment, Inc., a national entertainment and sports production company, through a joint venture to bring the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe outdoor summer concert series to South Shore.
On Second Vote Bond Rollover, Prevailing Wage Bill Passes Committee
Updated: 4:49 AM
- A Nevada Assembly committee has passed a bill that would extend school construction bonds and suspend prevailing wage requirements for school projects.
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